The Fall

The Fall

by Michael Allen Dymmoch

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Overview

How far would you go to save your life and your world?

After a nasty divorce, single mother Joanne Lessing finally has her life together, and she's made a name for herself as a photographer. Then, while on assignment, she witnesses a hit and run. Property damage only. No big deal, she thinks. So she does the right thing—calls the cops. Joanne is dismayed when FBI agents arrive with the local detective. They admit the hit and run driver was a mob killer fleeing the scene of his latest hit. Joanne is relieved to find she can't really identify the hit man.

But when she sees the killer again while on another assignment, she takes his picture and finds her new life and her son's future threatened. Caught between the Mob and the FBI, she's on her own...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781626819412
Publisher: Diversion Books
Publication date: 01/06/2015
Pages: 306
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Michael Allen Dymmoch has degrees in chemistry and law enforcement. She is a former president of the Midwest chapter of Mystery Writers of America. She lives in a suburb of Chicago.

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harstan More than 1 year ago
Professional photographer Joanne is snapping pictures of wild geese on her Chicago street when she sees a car hit another car. She takes pictures of the driver and memorizes the license plates. She calls the police and what starts out as an ordinary hit-and-run becomes murder when a person in the witness protection program was killed. The police and the FBI think the man that Joanne photographed was the shooter.----- She cooperates with the feds especially sexy special Agent Minorine, but even with a police photograph using Joanne¿s description, they have no clue who the hit man is. Joanne sees the shooter again and takes a better picture, enabling the FBI to identify a retired mob boss. They want Joanne to testify but if she does it mean her life is in danger and she and her son will be placed in the witness protection program. This is something Joanne is not willing to do so she comes up with a plan that will remove her from the authority and the mob¿s radar.----- THE FALL is Michael Allen Dymmoch best work to date, a brilliant psychological suspense tale in which the lines between justice and the law become so blurred that readers are left bewildered and uneasy. Fans will understand why the characters behaved in a certain way, but it goes against most people¿s belief system. This crime thriller is one novel that readers will want to keep and reread, hoping to better understand how they really feel about the realistic deep ending. ----- Harriet Klausner